Hotel Rural San Roque
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... elbow. Perhaps there was a blood rule, and I'd have to leave the shop. 'Have you cut yourself again?' I heard Kerry say. 'He always cuts himself,' she confided to Mariano. Tactful remark to a man with only eight fingers. The steak knives were beautiful, with walnut handles and blades like Mudejar scimitars. The chef's knife was mine, packaged and ready to go. Mariano reassured us that there would be no issue with transport. I took the box straight back to hotel, and ...
... and one must get a time assigned. No one seemed to know if the vending machine was capable of such a maneuver. In frustration, Susan finally asked a cashier in the gift shop about vending. Sure enough there where Ticket Master machines right next door. There was no line and for a surcharge of 1.4 Euros per ticket we had tickets for the Palace for 11 AM and separate tickets for the "Generalife" area. We had managed another typical Latin system of chaos with only two more ...
... San Rafael Hospital and the St John of God Hospital. Today we had the opportunity to visit Casa Los Pisa, the place where John was nursed in his last days. It is now a museum to the memory of John and the Order of Brothers of St John of God which was established after he died. We celebrated a intimate Eucharist lead by Father Joe Parkinson in the room in which John died. It was an opportunity to reflect on John's ...
This morning we got up to go hiking at Monachil. There wasn't a ton if organization/planning other than picking a day and attempting to find where to grab a bus. We headed out after waiting for one member of the group to not show up and then we were off to the bus to go to the bigger bus station. On the way to the bus we stopped at an ATM and I realized I didn't have my bank card, really was hoping it was back at the room (it was). Marisa and I hopped ...
... a short tour along the way.
Our first stop after leaving Toledo was the Windmills of La Mancha. These are of course famous from the novel Don Quixote de La Mancha, which was written by Miguel de Cervantes. Our driver expertly guided the large Bus through the very narrow streets and tight corners and up a narrow mountain road. The small parking lot was almost full, with two other large Buses parked there. We were given about half an hour to ...